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London DJ DeeAfro at 'Love Sundays' tonight

DJ DeeAfroLondon’s DJ DeeAfro is playing the opening slot at Connection’s ‘Love Sundays’ tonight.

Get down to the club from 8pm to hear some some nu-disco, deep tech and house sounds from the Ministry of Sound resident.

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Check out the mix from her Soundcloud page below. Doors to Connections open at 6pm – it’s the best way to end the weekend.

DeeAfro is a well know party-starter, so things should get pretty lively very quickly.

Keep up to date with everything happening at the regular Sunday Night Soiree by following ‘Love Sundays‘ on Facebook.

 

 

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